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Matisyahu Live at The Funkbox on 2004-10-21


Topics reggae


Disc 1
01. Sea to Sea
02. Candles
03. Rastaman Chant
04. Chop 'Em Down
05. Enemy
06. Warrior
07. Raise Me Up
08. King Without A Crown
09. My Soul Is Thirsty For You
10. Moonlight Twilight
11. Soul Rebel>
12. Beat Box Jam
13. Interlude Jam
14. Close My Eyes
15. Tati


Collection Matisyahu
Band/Artist Matisyahu
Venue The Funkbox
Location Baltimore, MD

Source SP-C4>PS-2>AD-20>NJB3
Lineage NJB3>PC>SF7>CDWav>SHN
Taped by Jeff Mewbourn (jm292@yahoo.com)

Notes

NOTES:
Line-up: Matisyahu>The Addison Groove Project

Reviews

Reviewer: biscomonkey - - October 2, 2012
Subject: top notch recording & set
ive been following for about 5 years now and this is right up there with some of the best performances and quality taper recordings there is(including the produced live stubbs). you sir(taper), captured a great sound...and yes the sax adds much soul to it! if your expecting a cliche reggae act, stop listening....but if you appreciate great music from the heart and soul...this is for you. it flows from front to back like his and the bands best! download and share now! spread the good word ;)
Reviewer: njpg - - October 21, 2011
Subject: Pretty rough.
I listen to a lot of reggae, and this is not among the good stuff.
Reviewer: progflea - - January 10, 2007
Subject: Good Set
Just some setlist corrections:
Track 5 (Enemy) is "Refuge"
Track 9 (My Soul Is Thirsty) is "Got No Water"
Track 10 (Moonlight Twilight) is "Youth"
Track 15 (Tati) is "Nigun"

Cool!
Reviewer: exene - - January 7, 2006
Subject: great show
A fine reggae set. These guys jam. Very clear sound. The sound quality on this show is as good as his live album release, Live at Stubbs. Thanks for the show!
Reviewer: tasker - - December 23, 2005
Subject: Great Show!
This was the first Matisyahu show I downloaded and it's the best. Matisyahu should get the sax player he has for this show to join the band permanently. The sax really adds a lot.

My girlfriend and I both love this show. The sound is great and the music is awesome.

You don't have to be Jewish (or even religous) to dig this music. I'm neither and I think it's the bee's knees.
Reviewer: SpiritualJimmy - - June 9, 2005
Subject: Matisyahu wakes the sleeping
From the moment I first heard Matisyahu on WXPN I started seeking out more of his music. I felt like someone had done me a huge favor when I found this sight and these shows. Although I am a spiritual person and not as big a fan of organized religion, Matisyahu speaks my beliefs aloud as though we are the same. You can download shorten to decompress these files easily into MP3 format.
Reviewer: makashaki - - March 30, 2005
Subject: Oh my g-d
First off matisyahu is incredible. He is truly gifted by hashem. His music awakens a part of your soul that you might have not known even existed. The saxaphon is awesome. Matisyahu needs a permanent sax player. Secondly my hat comes goes off to the person recording this. The crowd isn't making a lot of noise. But the sound quality is beutiful beyond words. I learned what a shn file was, downloaded winamp and shnamp just to play these files. I wasn't dissapointed but I was at awe of the beuty of the songs and the recording. Thank you however recorded this show. I hope that you will record/post another. Shalom l'kulam!
Reviewer: macroint - - March 11, 2005
Subject: Thanks...
Thanks for the kind words towards the quality of my recording...it is much appreciated. As for the show itself, I think the audience was expecting some kind of novelty act, but as soon as Matisyahu opened his mouth, we knew we had something special. He's starting to bust out, so I expect many more recordings from 2005 to begin showing up.
Reviewer: abie - - March 7, 2005
Subject: Probably the Best Show Available
Although the BB King show is the most prominent, I think this show may be the best show presently available (caveat - Matisyahu is just getting widespread attention and it is likely that many more high quality shows will be uploaded soon).

The sound qaulity is impeccable, but beyond that, this show offers a couple excellent rarities, including "Moonlight Twilight," "Sea to Shining Sea," and an acapella/beatbox version of Marley's "Soul Rebel."

Although I wasn't at this show, I saw him two other times that week (10/20 and 10/23) and this recording perfectly captures the vibe at the last of his early shows before he vaulted into wider audiences.
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